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Underwater Archaeology and Cultural Resources: Methodology, Preservation and Communication- A Dialogue Between Denmark and Greece

As part of the lectures series at the Danish Institue at Athens, Anne Marie Høier Eriksen will be presenting aspects of our research. To join online, please register via the following link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUlcuCtrDkoHNNJztTluvX61u6FXlpADeu_



Denmark and Greece possess vast territorial waters that hold irreplaceable tangible cultural heritage including shipwrecks and submerged settlements. Both countries therefore have been at the global forefront of developing the discipline of underwater archaeology. While there are shared attributes of

Danish and Greek underwater cultural heritage, differing approaches to its study have been applied in each country. This lecture series aims to take advantage of each country’s decades of practice by implementing a targeted knowledge

exchange designed to create dialogue and enhance interaction between Danish and Greek underwater archaeology and cultural heritage experts, while

communicating to the public the discipline and significance of the underwater resources.

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